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About us

Serving Communities 

 Our vision is intended to serve, engage, and support a broad sphere of operational requirements.  We specialize in the analysis, design; development, implementation, and evaluation of systems that support and improve human performance in the operative environment.  We use the scientific disciplines of human performance integration, ergonomics and biomechanics to drive the understanding of interactions among humans and other elements of a system.  Organizationally we are data driven and apply theory, principles and other methods to design and develop the most advanced operational devices in order to optimize human capability and overall system performance.

Our goals

To place this modular, light weight, unlimited "Tool Box" in the hands of all of our First Responders and Military Operators’ so that it saves lives, relieves the burden of pain, and provides an undeniable multi-functioning advantage for our warriors! Asymmetrical application for combat conditioning: i.e. When there is no time to prepare.


Creating products that are:


  1. Simple

  2. ​Kinetic

  3. Modular

  4. Multifuncntional

  5. Enhanced

  6. Capabilities

Our approach

Organic Mindset

We involve the current stake holders we serve. The cornerstone of our energies and efforts stems from a need. That demand is measured with great significance.  


SERE Industries is a committed organization driven by core values. We employ these core values at all levels of our organization. 


We specialize in the analysis, design, development, implementation, test and evaluation of innovative advanced tactical systems that support and improve human performance integration in the operational environment.



  • Innovate
  • Planning
  • Test
  • Analysis

 SII is focused on maximizing the value of its products through operator feedback and testing. Leveraging the advantages of investment casting for the production of your products.

Our Team

CEO & Founder

Tim Langan


Tim Langan is an accomplished, successful entrepreneur and executive security professional with more than 3 decades of proven experience. These career influences were directed from seasoned exposure in the United States Marine Corps, to the streets of Los Angles and on to executive level protection, building and directing high-performance teams and organizations to meet complex security client requirements. His tenure in Special Weapons & Tactics offered  the opportunity to train and work side by side with some of the most skilled and elite operators in the world. Drawing from that real world experience, education, and his personal background in design he carefully researched, developed and patented some very unique multi-purpose equipment over a nine year period.


Background:


• United States Marine

• Los Angeles Municipality Police Officer

• SWAT Team Leader

• Private Investigator

• Executive Protection Specialist

• US Embassy Security Specialist

SME - Vulnerability Assessment

• Inventor

• Entrepreneur


His professional and operational background, combined with a self taught  approach to mechanical engineering  and graphic design, facilitated a variety of innovative passions. The projects,  products, and the evolution of ideas were born from his experiences in regard to the ever evolving requirements placed on the first responder and war-fighter. He recognized the need to resolve some very fundamental problems with substandard issued tools, equipment and mandatory field gear, while understanding the bio markers for human performance as it relates to body dynamics and induced stress. He has designed and patented numerous products including several pieces of special equipment that will save lives, safe costs, increase combat effectiveness, & efficiency; while providing a winning advantage to military, law enforcement, first responders, and private security professionals worldwide.


Rory L. Malloy

Command Sergeant Major, United States Army, Retired​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Government & Defense Advisor 

Rory Malloy served for more than 32 years as an Infantryman and half of his career as a Command Sergeant Major.  Assignments included the 82nd Airborne Division; 3-325th Airborne, Vicenza, Italy; Drill Sergeant, Ft. Benning, Georgia; University of Dayton ROTC, Ohio; the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault); the Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk, Louisiana; the 1st Cavalry Division; Commandant, USA Sergeants Major Academy; and as the Sergeant Major for the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology (Pentagon).


Rory graduated with honors from every military course attended to include: Distinguished Honor Graduate from both the Jumpmaster Course and Drill Sergeant School; Honor Graduate from the Air Assault School. And the Commandant’s List from the Basic NCO Course, Advance NCO Course, First Sergeants Course, and the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy (Class 52). 


Some of his other awards and honors include being awarded the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit (4th Award), Bronze Star Medal for Valor, Bronze Star Medal (3rd Award), Meritorious Service Medal (4th Award), the Master Parachutist Badge, Combat Infantryman Badge, Expert Infantryman Badge, Drill Sergeant Identification Badge, Pathfinder Badge, Air Assault Badge, the Italian Parachutist Badge and the Army Staff Identification Badge.  The Sergeant. Morales Award, Sergeant Audie Murphy Award, 1993 Ft. Benning Drill Sergeant of the Year, the Order of Saint Maurice Primicerius and Centurion Medals, the Order of Saint George Medal and the Order of Saint Barbara Medal; awarded the Secretary of the Army Distinguished Member of the Regiment for the 187th Infantry, 325th Airborne Infantry, 327th Infantry, and 502nd Infantry Regiments and was inducted into the United States Army Sergeant Major Academy Hall of Honors in 2017.


Rory graduated from college with honors as a "Cum Laude" with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management and as a “Summa Cum Laude” with a Master of Business Administration, Human Resource Management.


Since his transition from the U.S. Army, Rory has served as the Director, Business Development for LRAD, Inc. San Diego, CA and currently as the Executive Director for the Fort Campbell Strong Defense Alliance, Inc., Government and Defense Advisor for SERE Industries, Inc., and an Independent Associate/Executive Coach with LWM III at FT. Leavenworth, KS.




All of the Brothers Who Served & Continue to Serve


Each one of you.

" There is a destiny which makes us brothers; none goes his way alone. All that we send into the lives of others comes back into our own."


The success of SERE is a direct result of all the contributions, ideas, energies, efforts and collective support. 


"One team, one fight"

The Honorable Milton L. Lohr'

Government & Defense Advisor 

He served as the first Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition in both the Reagan and Bush administrations, with responsibility to assist in overseeing the Department of Defense’s major acquisition programs as well as exercising oversight of international programs and U.S. Arms Control Compliance activities. He also served as U.S. Acquisition Representative to the NATO Conference of National Armament Directors and provided leadership guiding U.S. armament cooperative programs, and in developing and establishing policy initiatives aimed at promoting cooperation on major weapon systems and technology among the NATO Allies. He also served on the Four Power Group with members from the UK, France, Germany and the U.S. Previously, he held the position of President of Defense Development Corporation, a defense-related research and development company, from 1990 to 1993. He also held the position of Senior Vice President of Titan Systems, a defense-related research and development company, from 1986 to 1988, and was founder and Chief Executive Officer of Defense Research Corporation, a defense consulting firm, from 1983 to 1986. He served as Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisitions since October 1988. He served from 1969 to 1983 as Executive Vice President of Flight Systems, Inc., a firm engaged in aerospace and electronic warfare systems. He has over thirty-five years experience in government positions and aerospace and defense management. He serves as a Member of Advisory Board at MyoStim Inc. He served as a Director of Ceradyne, Inc. from July 1989 to November 28, 2012. He served as a Director of Ceradyne Inc. from 1986 to October 1988. He served as a panel member of the President’s Science Advisory Committee, a member of the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Army Science Board, as well as other ad hoc government related assignments. Mr. Lohr obtained a B.S. degree in Engineering from USC in 1949, and a M.S. degree from UCLA in 1964.

Strategic Position

Focus

SERE's foundational expectation is higher as we serve the communities that we served within. We are driven to do more. Our focus is primarily based on human performance and itegration by creating products that have flexibility, functionality and provide pragmatic factoring.

Differentiation

Strict departure from the "Status Quo" We develop and market unique products for different customer segments that leverage individual skill sets and cultivate operator ingenuity.

Process Improvement

We identify inefficiencies and implement stake holder improvement programs.

Advantages

  • Sustainable
  • Comprehensive
  • Value
  • Fusion
  • Applications
  • Scientific
  • Materials
  • Simplicity
  • Weight
  • Cost

Testimonials

"As a Marine Corps Senior Leader for 32 years, I have never endorsed a single product.  Saying that, however, I have no choice but to do it now.  The “Adult Leatherman” as I call it; the OM27-S is by far the most common sense, practical and tactical item I have ever seen.  I’m passionately here to express that in the fog of war when lives are on the line, imagine having access to a tool that can do it all!  As a Marine Sniper for over 25 years, they called me a “combat multiplier”, well this tool is a “force multiplier.” I’ve shot off it, I’ve dug a hole is less time, it was used as an IV pole and I even used this tool as a ladder. But, besides the various functions that it can perform, it’s the deployment of it that I am really excited about.  Imagine individual operators having multiple capabilities that they never had before. No more waiting and relying on those that have the right equipment. We know that time is blood and time is something this tool provides in a pinch.  Lastly, spread loading this tool will distribute weight evenly, as it replaces bulky, heavier present day equipment. I wish I had this tool with all my Marines in the Battle of Fallujah in 2004.  Could more lives have been saved if we had this tool’s capabilities in our squads?   ABSOLUTELY! "

Sergeant Major (Retired)

Bill Skiles

United States Marine Corps